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. the weather is broken. the economy is broken. every marriage is broken. nothing is perfect on this planet. we shouldn't expect it. that's why we pray i will be done on earth as in heaven because in heaven god's will is done per if he cannily. on earth it's done rarely. that's why we pray god thy will be done on earth as in heaven. now, if we're looking for the answer to the question why in order to feel good, even if you know why, it's not going to take away your pain. so stop asking why. you see, if kay were to drop dead tomorrow and i were to know the reason why, it wouldn't make it any less painful. explanations never comfort. god specializes in turning curse fictions into resurrections. he specializes in bringing good out of bad. anybody can bring good out of good. god specializes in bringing good out of bad. i can see how god brought good out of the terrible badness of my son's suicide. it's made me more sensitive. i'm much more sensitized to people's pain. >> are you a better pastor do you think because -- >> without a doubt. >> because of the steering agony you've had -- >> without a d
) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. [ applause ] >> right now my studio audience has been here the whole hour for "obesity in america, america's fat obsession." we are using ruth's famous flywheel. this is a bike, right? >> it's a bike. >> then what happens? >> i want you to look at that little screen and take your torque to 25. >> 25 on the torque. >> yes. so you take the blue dial and turn it to the right. until it gets to 25. >> okay. and that's the -- >> that's our word for resistance. so you're at 25, right? >> yeah. >> all right. so now i want you to take your rpm number to 70. >> okay. >> let's see how that goes. >> easy. easy. 73. >> all right, piers, so i want you to stay at 70. but i want you to now take your torque up to 28. >> okay. 28. >> stay at 70. >> okay. >> how's that going? >> oh, it's, you know, getting a little testy. >> should we try 30? >> why not? >> okay. >> so that's 30. and i'm now at 70. so is that a good balance? >> that's very good. >> how many seconds do i have to keep doing
: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. >>> welcome back to our special losing it, america's fat obsession. how far would you go to lose the weight. tipping the scales at 310 pounds. >> this is what i saw looking in the mirror. looking good. i saw the fit looking guy looking back at me. who was i kidding? i didn't look like that anymore. i looked like i've swallowed a sheep. >> well, joe found the answer by drinking fresh fruit and vegetable juice and he said it made all the difference. joe, give me the stats first of all. what were you at your heaviest and what are you now? >> piers, my heaviest i was 320. right now today i got on the scale this morning and i'm 240. >> amazing. how do you do this? >> so, look, i was like a business guy running around the world doing deals, focused on building companies. you know, i kind of say now i was focused on wealth, not health. i got sick when i was 32. i thought it was the world to take pills. i took bills for an auto immune disease and bad hives and swelling and a really debilitat
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)